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Seamer, xxi, 323 ; on the wall of Hadrian,
xxii, 239; on Uriconium, ib., 302; on re-
mains at Gurnard's Bay, ib., 354 ; on
carved pebbles from the East, ib., 445;
deciphers inscriptions, ib., 456 ; on the
early accounts of the churchwardens of
Ludlow, xxiii, 309; exhibits a photo-
graph of a wooden chair in Hereford
Cathedral, ib., 380; a cast of an intaglio
from the Shrewsbury Museum, ib., 383;
specimens of Roman pottery from Alice
Holt Forest, ib., 390; on local museum
at Ludlow, xxiv, 88 ; on the fortifica-
tions on Titterstone-hill, ib., 102; paper
on early churchwardens' account of
Ludlow, ib., 106 ; sketch of the history
of Ludlow castle, ib., 106-7; on crosses
iu Wales, ib., 173; on a Runic epigraph,
ib., 182; exhibits and remarks on photo-
graphs of objects from Roman cemetery
at Lillebonne, ib., 186; on plans of Cad-
bury camp, ib., 187; letter from Rev.
H. Roberts on the ruinous state of Aber-
daron ch., ib., 288 ; on bronze weapons
found at Broadward-hill, and on re-
versed carvings, ib., 307; remarks upon
specimens of iron candlesticks, xxv, 69;
on a collection of shoes found in Fins-
bury, ib., 71 ; remarks on candles, ib., 78;
on antiquities found at Saffron Walden,
ib., 273; on figure of Venus found in
London-wall, ib. ; plan of St. Alban's,
xxvi, 178; on the game of hop-scotch,
ib., 243; on a barrow at Stevenage, ib.,
260 ; letter to, from Ch. Rcessler, ib.,
340-1; account of Corfe castle, xxviii,

Wriothesley (Sir Thos.), picture by Holbein
of his investing the Infante Ferdinand
in 1523 with the Garter, xxvi, 126-31

Writing on Roman pottery and tiles, iv,
364; xxii, 381; on glass, by Charles II,
vii, 357

Writing implements, v. Copybooks

v. Inkhorn and penner

v. Inkstand

v. Stilus

v. Tablebook

Writtle, gold brooch fovind at, iii, 125

Wrotham, concealed coins at, iv, 63

Wrottesley estate, xxix, 24 ; connection of
Tettenhall with the manor, ib., 107

Wrottesley (Lord), documents belonging
to him, exhibited, xxix, 319; described
by W. de G. Birch, discussion, ib.,
321-2; paper on documents in his pos-
session, by W. de G. Birch, ib., 354-71 ;
speech of, 440

Wrottesley (Hon. Charles), xxix, 68 ; de-
scribes Tettenhall ch., ib., 107

Wrottesley (Rev. E.), describes Brewood
ch., xxix, 220-1

Wrottesley (Colonel the Hon. George),
xxix, 22, 67

Wroxeter, north side of old wall (engr.J,
xv, 211; Hypocaustin ruins (engr.J, ib.,

216; remains of buildings opposite the
east end of the old wall (engr.J, ib., 218;
larger entrance to the quadrangular court
( engrs.), ib., 220 ; worn steps and
smaller entrance, enclosure at back of
the court (engrs.), ib., 221 ; antiquities
and drawings of, exhibited, ib., 350, 352,
358 ; plan of the buildings uncovered
June, 1860 (engr.J, xvi, 158; plan of
discoveries in 1855 (engr.J, ib., 205 ;
rental of, in 1350, xvi, 215-7; disco-
veries at, ib., 342-9 ; on the church and
monuments at, xvh, 85-99; pavements
at (engr.J, ib., 102-4 ; church visited, ib.,
218 ; report by T. Wright upon recent
discoveries at, xviii, 398 ; Roman en-
graved stones found in, xix, 106-11 ;
redware colv-m exhumed from, xxv, 246
v . Uriconium

Wroxhall, report by the Rev. E. Kell upon
the barrows on the downs, xii, 84-8

Wulfhere, King of Mercia, xxix, 47-8 ; ac-
count of, ib., 338

Wulfina, Abbess of Wareham, xxviii,

Wulfruna, St., note concerning, xxix, 20-1 ;
account of, ib., 48-9 ; note of, ib., 340

Wulf sinus, Abbot of Malmesbury, xxvii,

Wulfstan, Bishop of Worcester, cuts off
the flowing locks of the Normans, his
hatred of long hair in his diocese, xxiii,
126-7 ; relic of, stolen by St. Alban's
Abbot, xxvi, 324-5

Wyck, Roman tiles discovered at, iii, 62

Wycliffe (John), manuscript of his English
translation of the New Testament, ix,
435-40; results of his preaching, xxvi,

Wye (River), legends and memorials of
the, xxvii, 246-54 ; extreme tides of the,
ib., 249 ; ironworks on the banks of the,
xxix, 127

Wyke, Roman remains found at, xv, 2S3 ;
paper on the ch., xix, 184-212 ; plate in
the ch., ib., 205 ; old chest found in, ib.;
registers, ib. ; incumbents, ib., 206

Wykes-Bishoj}, documents of the manor,
xxi, 18

Wykes-Ufford, rental of the manor, 1551,
xxi, 14

Wylynham (Ralph de), xxi, 18

Wymbourne, list of documents relating
to, xxviii, 251-2

Wymondham, co. Norfolk, silver ring found
near, xi, 79 ; extracts relating to the
abbey from its charters, xxiii, 28

Wyndesore (Sir Henry), royal warrant to,
ii, 270

Wyndham, dioc. Chich., Prebendaries of,
xxii, 153

Wyngfield College, xxi, 347

Wynne (W. W. E.), exhibits various seals
relating to the borough of Wenlock, and
the Arundel family, vii, 162

Wynter family, v. Barrow, John


Wynter (Sir W), observations on by J.

Barrow, i, 32]
Wyon (B.), obituary notice of, xv, 171-2

Wyon (John Shepherd , obituarynoti i

xxx, 354-55
Wyon (Thomas), token engraved 1 >y, xx:


XANTHUS, monument at, vi, 95

Xylopyrography, art of, xxix, 85

YARDLEY, entrenchment at, xxix, 33 ;
stone implements from, ib., 304-5

Yarmouth, brass mortar from, v, 163 ; Mr.
Palmer's continuation of Manship's his-
tory of, xiii, 71-5; visit to, by the
Association, xiv, 157; reception by the
Mayor and Corporation, ib. ; examination
of the antiquities of, ib., 157-64 ; Mr.
Palmer's observations on, ib. ; conver-
sazione at, ib., 166

Yates (J. B.), exhibits MSS. relating to
Savoy hospital, vi, 446

Yatman (Rev. Augustus), on the deserted
state of the ch. of Llandanwg, in Meri-
onethshire, ii, 339

Yaxley, figure of St. Cecilia from screen
in the ch., sent by H. Watling, xxv, 262;
tracings from windows in the ch., ib.,
273; exhibition of, and remarks on,
tracing of the fresco from the ch., xxvi,
248-9; notice concerning, xxviii, 125

Yealmpton, brass of J. Crokker at, i, 55

Yeats (Abiell), Sheffield halfpenny of,
1668, xxx, 31

Yeovil, rubbing from a lectern at, ix, 75 ;
history of the ch., xiii, 50 ; Mr. Free-
man on, ib., 51 ; the interior much dis-
figured, ib. ; lectern in the ch., ib. ; W.
H. Black's reading of the inscription on,
ib.; museum of antiquities at, tb., 52

Yewd (W.), on monumental slabs with
crosses, i, 325 ; on Lamb's conduit and
Spring-head, viii, 73

Yew-trees, in the churchyards of Somer-
setshire, viii, 146-7 ; reason of their
plantation in churchyards, xxiv, 196

Ylger (Ralph and Henry), xxx, 309

Yolgrave, vii, 325 ; T. Bateman's Mu-
seum, ib. ; the ch., ib., 326 ; its monu-
ments, ib., 327-8; front and details in
the church, (2engrs.J, ib., 328 ; diminu-
tive sculptured figure in the church-
yard, xvi, 287 ; two sepulchral slabs in
the churchyard, ib., 288

Yorick ( ), a Yorkshire worthy, notes

on sermons by, xxx, 81, etc.

York (Cardinal), relics of, vii, 317

York (Duke of), portrait of, on pottery,
xxix, 434

York (Henry), Archbishop of, vi, 122,

York (Archbishop of), letters to the Earl
of Shrewsbury, xxx, 319

York, house of, cause of its struggle with
the House of Lancaster, xxvi, 28-9 ; on
the badges of the, xx, 18-33

York, coins found at, ii, 189 ; urns found
at, ib., 191 ; early mediaeval sepulchral
stones found at, ib., 362 ; Saxon coins
discovered at, by Mr. Hargrove, ib., 380;
discoveries at, hi, 52-5 ; bronze celts
and other instruments found at, ib., 58 ;
large quantity of stycas discovered at,
ib., 119 ; box from the museum, ib., 123;
Samian pottery, with potters' names,
found at, ib., 124; copper shoes found
at (engr.J, v, 358-9 ; various antiquities
found at, vi, 156; antiquities found at
York, bronze Roman steelyard ; bone
tesserae, comb, pin, and needle, jet orna-
ment, and bronze fibula (engr.), ib.;
Roman antiquities from, vii, 175; bronze
Hercules found at, ix, 88 ; x, 180 ; no-
tice respecting Congress for the West
Riding of, xix, 257-9 ; proceedings of
Congress at, xx, 247 et seq.; dimensions
of the cathedral, xxi, 41 ; Saxon coinage
of, ib., 191 ; leper houses in, .i:.ii, 407-S,
418 ; altar of St. John in the Minster,
ib., 416; Saxon chs. at, in Beda's time,
xxiv, 371 ; portrait of Richard Tunnok,
in bell window in, xxvii, 419 ; timber
houses in, xxx, 298 ; v. Cook, R.

v. Wellbeloved, Rev. C.

York Gate, letter to the Board of Works
respecting its preservation, xxix, 219

York House, Watergate of, notes on, by
G. R.Wright, xxix, 196-9

Yorkshire, Churches of, i, 68 ; coining dies
found in, ii, 351 ; Saxon antiquities
of, ib., 55, 96 ; tumuli in, v, 369 ; re-
mains found in tumuli ( cii'/rs.), vi, 1-5;
excavations in harrows in, ih.; sacrificial
tumulus on the wolds. ix, 431-2; tokens,
xiii. 2-J."i-<; ; paaletab found in, xiv. 846;
flint implements found in. xviii. :;77-> ;
notices of antiquities, xx, 28; weapons of
ancient tribes, ii., 101-11; antiquities

"J, ib., 105; a chapm u
257; tetinae exhumed in, xx vi,l 11; li I •■
monasteries and castles in. xxviii.




sheriffs of, ib., 135-6 ; T. Morgan on the
earliest tribes of, xxx, 224-6 ; West Ri-
ding poll-tax, ib., 248-51 ; Hearth-tax,
ib., 263-6 ; Castle Hill, at Almondbury
Cengr.J, ib., 344
Youdan (T.), Sheffield token of, xxx, 35
Youens (H.), on an ancient brick arch, vii,

Young (Edward), Author of " Night
Thoughts", seat of, at Welwyn, xxvi, 30

Young (John), arms of (engr.), xhi, 121
Young (Dr. Thomas), notice of his works,

xii, 202 ; letters, xxi, 21
Younge, Wilson, and Younge, gold token

of, xxx, 34-5
Younge and Deakin, Sheffield tokens of,

xxx, 35
Yoxford, titles to lands in, xxi, 9 ; title to,

of S. Countess of Huntingdon and Hon.

Mrs. Clutterbtick, a.d. 1768, ib.


ZAHN (Chevalier), exhibits coloured
plates of various frescoes and mosaics
from Herculaneum, Pompeii, and Sta-
bia, vi, 441

Zanzi (A.), commuDicates discoveries made
at Bosisio, xiv, 89 ; exhibits a tortoise-
shell box with a miniature, by Petitot,
xv, 271

Zecchino, a Venetian coin, found on a
sepoy, xvii, 336

Zigzag moulding, vi, 226 ; viii, 270 ; xxx,

Zinc, amount of, in bronze, xxv, 110 ; for-
geries, xxiii, 208

Zincke (C. F.), portrait of Shakspeare by,
exhibited, xxiii, 101

Zodiac, Chinese, viii, 22 ; brooch, xx, 80 ;
rings, xiii, 254, 310, 311

Zoroaster, xxix, 141 ; xxx, 144

Zostera marina, xxiii, 255

Zucchero, miniature of Mary, Queen of
Scots by him, ix, 76 ; portrait by him of
Queen Elizabeth exhibited, xxiii, 293

Zunte stone, xxv, 284

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last, for xxviii, read xviii.
30, for Burgess, read Burford.
18, for Coombs, read Combe.
12, for Kettle, read Kettel.
6, for Warren, T., read Warren, J.
21, for Marstock, read Martock.
1, for 1752, read 1572.
35, for Keats, read Keat.





British Archaeological Association, statement of the committee, i

On Roman potters' kilns and pottery, discovered in the County of Northampton, by

C. Roach Smith, 1
Deerhurst Church, Gloucestershire, by Daniel H. Haigh, 9

Mediaeval Architecture, illustrated from illuminated manuscripts, by T. Wright, 20
Cromlech du Tus, Guernsey, by F. C. Lukis, 25
Remarks on an enamelled tablet, supposed to represent the effigy of Geoffrey Plan-

tagenet, by J. R. Planche", 29
On Roman remains, and other antiquities at Dymchurch, Kent, by the Rev. S.

Isaacson, 40
On the Architectural antiquities of town of Galway, in Ireland, by F. W. Fairholt, 93
On the transmission of objects of antiquity to our times, by the Rev. Beale Poste, 105
Ragland Castle, by Dr. Henry Edwards, 112
Notes on Anglo-Saxon masonry, by J. G. Waller, 117
Observations on the Nimbus, by T. Wright, 121
Ancient Treasures of the Exchequer, by W. H. Black, 128
Notes on monumental stones discovered at Hartlepool, by D. H. Haigh, 185
A word on mediaeval bridge-builders, by T. Wright, 197
On pilgrims' signs and leaden tokens, by C. R. Smith, 200

Scraps from the sketch-book of a member of the Archaeological Assoc, by E. Pretty, 21 3
Observations on an effigy called that of William de Foix, by J. R. Planche", 216
On the coins of Cunobeline, and of the ancient Britons, by the Rev. Beale Poste, 221
Carpenters' Hall, and its paintings, by F. W. Fairholt, 275
Notes on a bronze head of Hadrian, by C. Roach Smith, 2S6
On the musical instruments of the middle ages, article i

On the corns of Cunobeline, and of the ancient Britons, part ii, by the Rev. B. Poste, 298
Sepulchral caves in the Isle of Guernsey, l>y F. C. Lukis, 305
Reports on the antiquities lately found at I. ewes, l>y M. A. Lower, 346
Report of the Second Annual Meeting of the Association, Winchester, Aug. 184-5, 357


On Rothersthorpe Church, by Edward Pretty, 1

On the coins of Cunobeline and of the ancient Britons, by the Rev. B. Poste, pt. iii. 1 1

Notes on Roman remains at Colchester, l>j ('. K. Smith, 29

Notice of the remains of a Roman Villa, discovered in the parish of Stanway, Essex,
in 1842, by the Rev. H. Jenkins, 4.">

On the ruins of Brecon Priory, by .Major Davis, 47

On recent discoveries of Anglo-Saxon antiquities, by T. Wright, 50

On supposed British Cinerary urns found at Kingston, Derby, L844, by Rev. J. S. Hens-
low, 60

On the Abacus, or medueval system of arithmetic, by T. Wright, 6 I

Roman antiquities found at £as1 Parleigh, co. Kent, bj the Rev. B. Poste, 73

On the naval uniform of Great Britain, bj J. K. Planche", 76


On Roman pottery discovered on the banks of the Medway, near Upchurch, Kent, by

C. R.Smith, 133
On recent discoveries of mural paintings in churches, particularly those of Battel, co.

Sussex, by J. G. "Waller, 141
On the antiquity of dates expressed in Arabic numerals, by T. Wright, 156
Report on recent excavations made at Sisbon, near Wandsford, Northamptonshire, on

the estate of the Duke of Bedford, by E. T. Artis, 164
On discoveries at Bermoudsey, by E. B. Price, 170
Account of some ancient British antiquities discovered in Kent's cavern, near Torquay,

Devon, by T. W. Smart, 171
Notes illustrative of some ancient deeds connected with the town of Hastings, by

E. B. Price, 175
On the musical instruments of the middle ages, by E. D. Coussemaker, 221
On a hoard of Stycas discovered at York, by C. R. Smith, 230
On ornaments of Kimmeridge coal, and on some ornaments of jewellery, presumed of

the Romano-British period, found in tumuli in Derbyshire, by T. Bateman, 234
On certain mythic personages mentioned on Roman altars found in England and on

the Rhine, by C. R. Smith and T. Wright, 239
On sepulchral crosses in Derbyshire, more especially at Bakewell, by T. Bateman, 256
On sepulchral crosses, by C. Baily, 259
Ou encaustic tiles, by L. Jewitt, 261

On leaden coffins discovered at Colchester, by C. R. Smith, 297
On an iron coffer found at Caumartin, by F. C. Lukis, 305
Remarks on ancient fibula? by F. W. Fairholt, 309
On the Mythological Triad, as represented in the Eumenides of the Greeks, by T.

R. Jones, 315
On a Roman villa discovered at Bisley, in Gloucestershire, by T, Baker, 324
Antiquities discovered in Orkney, the Hebrides, and Ireland compared, by T. C. Croker, 328
Report of an archaeological visit to Colchester, 364
Proceedings of the Congress held at Gloucester, 1846, 369


On the antiquities of Alderney, by F. C. Lukis, 1

Remarks on an ancient reliquary, by J. G. Waller, 16

On the Saxon tower of Trinity Church, Colchester, by G. E. Laing, L. W. Owen. C.

Baily, and A. White, 19
On weapons and armour formed of horn, by H. S. Cuming, 23

On the coins of Cunobeline, and of the ancient Britons, by the Rev. B. Poste, partiv, 33
On an inscription to Bellona, discovered near Carlisle, by C. R. Smith, 42
On mural paintings recently discovered at Shorwell, I. of Wight, and Great Waltham,

by F. W. Fairholt, 85
On Roman remains discovered on Hod Hill, near Blandford, Dorset, by C. R. Smith, 94
Notes relating to architecture and building from mediaeval MSS., by T. Wright, 97
On an enamelled plate of the twelfth century, by G. Isaacs, 102
On the general size of stones in Norman architecture, by J. A. Repton, 105
Early English artistical receipts, by J. O. Halliwell, 107
On the Coventry mysteries, by T. Wright, 111

Remarks on the early history of printing in oil, by F. W. Fairholt, 201
On the Roman station at Chesterford, by the Hon. R. C. Neville, 208
Account of the excavations at Salona, by Professor Carrara, (2 reports), 214, 220
On the coins of Cunobeline, and of the ancient Britons, by Rev. B. Poste, part v, 226
Discovery of Anglo-Saxon remains at Northfleet, Kent, by C. R. Smith, 235
On the Brass of Sir John de Lisle, by J. G. Waller, 242
Description of the remains of Gavr' Innis, by J. W. Lukis, 269
On the history of enamelling, by W. H. Rogers, 280
On pulpit hour-glasses, by F. W. Fairholt, 301

On the coins of Cunobeline, and of the ancient Britons, by the Rev. B. Poste, pt. vi, 310
Proceedings of the Congress at Warwick, 1847, 133
Visit to Stratford-upon-Avon, and account of proceedings to preserve the house of

Shakespeare, 1 <>2
On the credibility of traditional anecdotes respecting Shakespeare, by J. O. Halliwell, 164



On the rod glazed pottery of the Romans, by C. R. Smith, 1

Contributions to English' Philology, by J. O. Halliwell, 20
On the ancient city walls of Rochester, by the Rev. B. Poste, 30
On a Roman building discovered in Lower Thames-street, by \\\ chaffers, junr. 38
Notes on the Roman building found in Thames-street, by C. R. Smith 45
On Saxon remains found in Gloucestershire, by T. Wright, 50

On mural paintings as a Domestic Decoration during the middle ages by F W
Fairholt, 91 ' J ' '

On discoveries in barrows near Scarborough, by Lord A. D. Conyngham, 101
On the coins of Cunobeline and the ancient Britons, by the Rev. B. Poste, part vii, 107
Account of the Vernon manuscript, by J. O. Halliwell, 115

On aboard of Northumbrian Stycas, discovered in Yorkshire, by W. Fennell, 127
On the carvings of the stalls in cathedral and collegiate churches, by T. Wright, 203
On the heraldic decorations of tile paving, by L. Jewitt, 216
On the study of monumental brasses, by J. G. Waller, 227
On the communications between Brittany and Wales, from the time of the Romans

down to the present time, by M. de Gerville, 229
Notes on Caerwent and Caerleon, by C. R. Smith, 246

On the manufacture of iron in Britain by the Romans, by M. A. Lower, 265
State of the walls, etc., of the city of Worcester, in 1768, by W. H. Black, 270
On the discovery of four hundred Roman coins in Jersey, by F. C. Lukis 272
Description of the contents of a Saxon barrow, by T. Bateman, 276
On Roman medicine stamps, etc., found at Kenchester, by C. R. Smith, 281
On the sepulchral character of Cromlechs in the Channel Islands, by F. C. Lukis 323
Observations on the practice of embalming among the ancient Egyptians, illustrated

by the unrolling of a mummy from Thebes, by T. J. Pettigrew, 337
On the charge in heraldry, called a "Rest, or Clarion", by J. R. Planche", 349
Discoveries made at Ickleton and Chesterford,on the borders of Essex and Cambridge-
shire, by the Hon. C. R. Neville ; by C. R. Smith, 356
Proceedings of the Congress held at Worcester, 1848, 287-322


Notes on a wooden church, and the remains of the shrine of St. Edmund the Martyr
at Greenstead, co. Essex, by A. H. Burkitt, 1

On the coins of Cunobeline, and of the ancient Britons, by the Rev. B. Poste, pt. viii 7

On mediaeval earthenware vessels, by W. Chaffers, 22

Historical notices of Islip, Oxfordshire, by J. O. Halliwell, 39

On crystals of augury, by H. Syer Cuming, 51

Further notes on the discoveries at Ickleton and Chesterford, by C. R. Smith 54

On the horn-shaped head-dresses of the thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth centu-
ries, by J. R. Planche, 60

Observations respecting Aldborough, the Isurium Brigantium of the Romans, by C.
M. JesBop, 73

On fibulae in the museum of Eon. R. C. Neville, by C. R. Smith and F. W. Fairholt 113

On phonic horns, by II. Syer Cuming, 119

On Roman sepulchral remains recently discovered at Colchester, by C. R. Smith and
J. Brown. 133

On the coins of Cunobeline and of the ancient Britons, by the Rev. B. Poste, pt, ix, 146

Remarks on Chester Cathedral, by A. Ashpitel, 177

On the records of the county palatini- of Chester, by W. H. Black, 187

On palatine honours in Ireland, by Sir W. Betham, 195

On the Roman wall from the Tyne to the Solway, l>y the Rev. J. C. Bruce, 20]

Notes on Roman remains at Chester, by C. R. Smith. 207

On the coinage of Chester, Lord A. D. Conyngham, -'■•'■'<

On the seals of the Earls of Cluster, I>j .1. R, Planche", 235

On ancient customs of Cheshire, by L. Jewitt, 252

On certain church brasses in Cheshire and Lancashire, liy J. (',. Waller 256

On an ivory casket of the beginning of the fourteenth century, hy T. Wright, 266
Proceedings of the Congress held at I heater in 1 s 19, 283



Report on excavations in barrows in Yorkshire, by J. Tissiman, 1

On the effigy of a lady in Worcester Cathedral, by J. R. Planche, 5

On the coins of Cuuobeline and of the ancient Britains, by the Rev. B. Poste, pt. x, 16

On the head of Janus found on a British coin, by William Bell, 30

On Roman remains at Headington, near Oxford, by Llewellynn Jewitt, 52

On the symbolical character of Aleph and Tau, or Thau, by T. Jessop, 68

On the discovery of Roman remains near Towcester, by E. Pretty, 73

Discoveries of mediteval paintings, etc., by F. Baigent, edited by J. G. Waller, 76

Notes on a Boss at Belvoir Castle, by J. R. Planche", 97

On the antiquity and primitive form of the harp, by C. Egan, 103

On Leicester Abbey and its ancient remains, by J. Thompson, 116

On an ivory carving of the thirteenth century, with observations on the prick-spur,

by A. C. Kirkmann, 123
On a leaden ampulla in the York museum, by C. Baily, 125
On the study of archaeology and the objects of the British Archaeological Association,

by T. J. Pettigrew, 136
On the history and architecture of Manchester Cathedral, by A. Ashpitel, 177
On the Stanley crest, by J. R. Planche", 199

On the structure of the Norman fortress in England, by J. C. Bruce, 209
On Roman Ribchester, by J. Just and J. Harland, 229

On recent discoveries relating to ancient British chariots, by the Rev. B. Poste, 252
On local nomenclature, chiefly Celticand relating to Great Britain, by J. W. Whittaker,255
On the tippets of the Canons Ecclesiastical, by G. J. French, 272
Notes on Humfrey Chetham and his foundation, by J. E. Gregan, 294
On the barbican in connection with our castles, by G. Godwin, 302
On the ruins of the Cistercian monastery of St. Mary-in-Furness, by E. Sharpe, 309, 359
On the badges of the House of Lancaster, by J. R. Planche, 374
On the Jewry wall at Leicester, by J. Thompson, 393
On the origin of windmills in Normandy and England, by L. Delisle, 403
On horseshoes, by H. Syer Cuming, 406
Poem on King Edward IV, by S. R., 127

Confirmation Charter of Ranulf II, Earl of Chester, by J. R. Planche", 131
Compact between Ranulf de Blondeville, Earl of Chester, and William de Fougeres,

by J. R. Planche", 317
Grant of Leadenhall by Margaret de Neville, by J. R. Planche, 143
Warrants of Charles II, to Capt. Fasby by T. J. Pettigrew, 147

On the resignation of the kingdom of Man to the Pope, a.d. 1219, by P. Chalmers, 323
Documents relating to Furness Abbey, by L. Delisle, 419

On ancient charters and grants to the Burgesses of Clithero, by J. Harland, 425
Proceedings at the Congress held at Manchester and Lancaster, 1850, 330
Statement of Council relative to a proposal of union of the Association with the Ar-
chaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 350


On a Roman urn and coins, found in Charnwood Forest, by T. J. Pettigrew, 1

On the traces of the Romans along the banks of the Mersey, by W. Beamont, 5

On the coins of Cunobeline and of the ancient Britons, by the Rev. B. Poste, pt. xi, 20

On carvings in Morse ivory, by H. S. Cuming, 31

On the sculptured font in Kirkburn Church, by G. Milner, J.G.Waller, and W.Bell, 38

On monumental figures at Wansborough, by F. A. Carrington, 52

On an inscription and figures at Goodrich Castle, by C. Baily, 56

On two piscinas at Goodrich Castle, by A. W. H. Meyrick, 61

Recent researches at Caerleon, Cirencester, etc., by C. R. Smith, 61

On decorations in Wellow Church, by J. G. Waller, 69

On ancient timber houses in England, by J. A. Repton, 97

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